The only way to figure out which of the opposite sex can be indicated by whatever they wrote is to detect some interesting personality flaws such as;
-- Being shy in public.
-- Being anonymous in public.
If both the above can give a hint, you must then proceed carefully to the following exact sequence of FAQ;
-- Do you paint your face in obvious makeups?
-- Do you realize how often you misrepresented gender when you were younger, by now?
If both answers are yes... there's a 55% chance, someone is either impersonating a male or they are trying to hide the fact they are **probably** a female.
Boys & Girls don't even want to be bothered with the complex stuff above UNLESS they're playing a game with anyone which has already revealed their gender.
Meaning -- i'm still not a girl. (Click membership of the red spider, and guess if i was honest when i opened this account!)
Although, s/he (op) can write whatever s/he pleases.
Privacy settings included, btw.
Thus, i was also a boy -- in the past.
Be strong, be nice. Charming, isn't it? Stereotypes are more than simple social values, they're in fact a way to find beauty in the mind and, at times, behavior in ugliness.
Androgynous encounters are kinda strange.